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President Bill Scott continues the great legacy of the DC LERA...
Click here to read Bill's personal message.   

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The DC LERA Board of Governors invites you to the monthly luncheon meeting
November 19, 2014Ö

The Pending Trade Deals:
Risks, Opportunities, and Potential Power Shifts

Guest Speaker
Thea Lee
Deputy Chief of Staff, AFL-CIO

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed free-trade agreement between the European Union and the United States. The European Commission claims that passage of the pact could boost trade between the two blocs by as much as 50%. Critics say the TTIP would increase corporate power and make it more difficult for governments to regulate markets for public benefit. Click here to learn more AND register...

Joint October Luncheon with the WNDC

DC LERA President Bill Scott with October guest speaker, Nan Aron.
WNDC members and DC LERA Board members
with October guest speaker, Nan Aron
A question and answer period with WNDC and DC LERA members.

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Missed the October Meeting?

Lost in the Fine Print: How Forced Arbitration Harms Workers and Consumers
with speaker Nan Aron
President, Alliance for Justice

Buried in everyday agreements for many products, services, and jobs is fine print saying when you are harmed, you canít go before an impartial jury or judge. Instead, these forced arbitration clauses send you to a decision-maker chosen by the company that wronged you.

The Industrial Relations Research Association was established in 1948. In December of that year, local members founded the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the IRRA, which became the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) in 2005.  Click here to read more history. 

Venable LLP and Woman's National Democratic Club
Become Newest DC LERA Organizational Sponsors

Welcome to Venable LLP and the Woman's National Democratic Club (WNDC).

Venable LLP has built its firm based on a simple and enduring premise: "We see the world through the eyes of our clients."  The WNDC is the meeting place for Democrats in the nation's capitol. Click here to learn more.